A full fuel system service should include both a chemical cleaning of your system and replacing any worn components. This could include your fuel pump, fuel filter or fuel injectors. Deposits can build up in your fuel tank, your fuel pump inlet or filter, in your fuel lines, or on your fuel injectors.
Cleaning fuel injectors is a service frequently recommended by dealers and repair shops. But unless there are noticeable signs of clogged fuel injectors (such as a rough idle, stalling, poor acceleration or high emissions levels), it might not be necessary.
Your vehicle’s fuel system is a crucial component of fuel efficiency. If maintaining high MPGs is one of your goals, then you should definitely look into fuel system service. We recommend performing fuel system service every 2 years or every 30,000 miles. It’s one of our additional services that, depending on your driving habits, may improve the overall performance of your vehicle.